Repping "the street" can mean different things depending on where you're from -- for Biggie, it entailed rapping about his Brooklyn hustling, while for Warren G it required hustling Michael McDonald into taking him to the streets. For bling inspired by the gritty roads of Motown: Robert Anthony Design
The handiwork of a Detroit father/son team inspired by the industrial streets of their fair city, RA's debut collection of handmade, surgical-grade stainless steel accoutrements're designed to be "powerful, innovative, and luxurious", not to mention guaranteed for life, just like everything else out of Detroit. The stock's dominated by multi-layered rings (held together by visible nuts) including the "Crest",with a flat top broken up by undulating ridges; the Scepter, a bar ring worn on a single finger but sporting talon-like protrusions that rest atop the two neighboring digits; and the Raven, with a triangular blade jutting from the knuckle and a sideways-sprouting spike vaguely resembling a Wolverine claw, which would have been useful to have for your eyeballs when watching his movie. For value seekers, RA's got two-rings-in-one dual-hoop jobs too: the quad-layered Sergeant, with layers at alternating angles, creating a mid-open Swiss Amy knife vibe; the Operator, which slips on both pointer and pinky and looks like a pair of Wayfarers; and the infinity-symbol-ish Mamba, which comes with the instruction "slither this serpent around your fingers", an act that was also surely your original sin
Handless people don't worry -- you can get in on made-to-order, lens-less, perforated shield shades, and a fully functional stainless steel bowtie, though if you're thinking that's proper formal wear, that's What a Fool Believes.